Rooted in Next Generation Science standards, Kai XR’s Metaverse curriculum challenges students to innovate, design, create and more. Combining Science, Technology, Engineering, Math and the Arts - this collaborative approach helps develop problem-solving skills in a fun and creative way.
Through our self-serve resources, educators can easily create and run a successful program in their classroom fast without sacrificing instruction quality!
Kai XR was created by educators, for educators so that all students could access high-quality, timely, and relevant experiences, Kai XR’s platform easily enables educators to differentiate their instruction and engage all students through immersive content - bringing the careers and technology of tomorrow into each classroom today. Getting started is easy - schedule a demo with us by selecting a date!
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Educators and students have discovered the endless possibilities for learning and creating in the metaverse. See what they have to say.
The Kai XR team made it easy to roll out new technologies with our students while teaching them new classroom routines.
75% of students reported an increase in knowledge in advanced technologies after the Kai XR program.
Our youth deserve educational exposure from resources that will help them develop into productive individuals;
KaiXR has provided a light-hearted approach to the tech world along with helpful insight about potential career paths.
We are thankful for all of the sessions provided. Our youth, as well as staff, have taken great delight in exploring the Metaverse and tend to continue our engagement well after our partnership with you all.
Kai XR provides critical opportunity and access to students to be inspired and to use products made by diverse metaverse technologists.
They can see it and believe it.
Kai XR spares nothing when engaging & empowering students to pursue new educational opportunities.
We are proud to work with a Black female tech founder as her example inspired many of our students.
Need more info on the metaverse? Curious what devices are compatible with Kai XR? (hint: it’s all of them) We answer all your questions before you can even ask in our FAQs!
A Kai XR subscription grants access to a teacher-approved, kid-friendly, curated VR content library, allowing children to create VR adventures with our Create makerspace.
Kai XR delivers learning resources, rating guides, and more; to help kids think critically about the content they see.
We don't charge for the VR content. Instead, our subscription price covers a safe VR community for children to roam without venturing into the wild west of VR content that might be violent, horror-filled, sexual, or culturally inclusive.
Our Learn, Explore, & Create platform gives kids a safe VR space to play online.
The Kai XR platform is accessible via smartphones, laptops, tablets, and desktop computers.
When building in the Create makerspace, we suggest doing so from a tablet, laptop, or desktop computer rather than a smartphone. Building with these options allows students to have more creative control and better usage of the platform's features.
No. You do not need a gaming laptop or desktop to Create in the Kai XR makerspace. Our makerspace is accessible via VR headsets, smartphones, tablets, desktop computers, and laptops.
For younger students learning the basics of designing in the makerspace, we suggest starting with a desktop/laptop or a tablet.
No. You do not have to use a headset to watch Kai XR Explore videos. Our videos are also accessible via smartphones, tablets, desktop computers, and laptops.
Mixed reality (XR) combines AR & VR elements to produce new environments. In XR, digital objects co-exist and interact with physical objects in real time.
Augmented reality (AR) is when technology, such as a smartphone, overlays digital images on top of your real-world view. The digital enhancements combined with the natural world create an augmented reality. An example would be using a Snapchat filter or playing Pokemon Go.
Virtual reality (VR) is when you use wearable technology, such as a VR headset, providing complete immersion in a digital 360˚/3D environment.
Kai XR recommends adult supervision for children 12 years and younger.
A majority of our VR field trips are five minutes or less.
After completing a VR field trip, we recommend a 5-minute break to think critically and discuss VR experiences.
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